Thank you for the additional information. Her being on the loan, only makes her liable to the lender, to pay the mortgage
each month. It does not give her any legal interest in the home. Being on the deed/title does give that person(s) a legal right/interest. As such, if you are on the deed to the home, you have every legal right to stay there and she can not kick you out. If she wanted you out, she would have to go through the eviction
process and show the court there is a legal basis for which you no longer have a right to stay. Seeing how you are on the deed, this may be hard to prove, when legally it is your home.
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